Best Places To Picnic On The Coffs Coast

Time to grab your picnic basket!

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Who doesn't love a picnic? Fresh air, delicious food, a cute setup and good company is all you need. Luckily, the Coffs Coast has a range of beautiful picnic spots so you can make the most out of it! You also don't have to worry if you're not a total wiz in the kitchen, because Open Air Picnics can make the perfect picnic basket to suit your occasion! Forget having to lift a finger when you can sit back and enjoy what they're prepared for you.

Bonville Headland & Sawtell Beach

First off, Bonville Headland is the perfect grassy location with plenty of space for a picnic. Not only that, but you have a spectacular view and, depending on the time of year, you can look out for migrating whales! Plus, it's beautiful no matter what time of day you go!

Sawtell Beach closeby is perfect for those who wouldn't mind a bit of a dip or surf pre or post-picnic! There's a range of seating options and the view is pretty damn good too!

Boambee Creek Reserve 

This would have to be one of the most calming spots on the Coffs Coast. There are shelters, shady areas, tables, grass spots and the best area to have a swim! It's not just a super practical location for a picnic, but it's also absolutely stunning! 

Look At Me Now Headland

Not only is this a breathtaking location, but there's lovely beach walks and quieter picnic spots for those who like a bit of serenity. Enjoy the company of the local Kangaroos and find a nice spot among the vast amount of grass to lay your picnic blanket! 

North Coast Regional Botanic Garden

Be at one with nature in this gem of a picnic location! Walk through the gardens and familiarise yourself with native Australian plants. It's a peaceful location and, if you haven't visited the Botanic Gardens before, it's a great excuse to do so! 


We also love: Les Christian Cres (Urunga), Arrawarra Headland, Dorrigo National Park & Coffs Jetty.

Where is your favourite spot to picnic on the Coffs Coast? Let us know on our Facebook page!


Amber Lowther

9 February 2018

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